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PRACTICE DOES NOT MAKE PERFECT; INNATE CHARACTERISTICS & ATTRIBUTES DO

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PRACTICE DOES NOT MAKE PERFECT; INNATE CHARACTERISTICS & ATTRIBUTES DO

Practice does not make perfect: Expertise requires Innate talent

Scientists have long argued over the relative contributions of practice and native talent to the development of elite performance. This debate swings back and forth every century, it seems, but a paper in the current issue of the journal Psychological Science illustrates where the discussion now stands and hints — more tantalizingly, for people who just want to do their best — at where the research will go next.

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